Lobbyists for Wisconsin’s largest industry group may say in a news piece that those who oppose frac sand minPhoto shows frac sand dust drifting over communities in Trempealeau County. es are “radical,” but Midwest Environmental Advocates says that “people, regardless of political affiliation, living near these mines experience real problems with their air, water, land, and quality of life. It’s not a left vs. right issue, it’s profits vs. people. Plain and simple.”


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